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Man Still Champ; Better at Bluffing

By: Ben Preiss - Published:   Updated: Mar 31 2011 • References: nytimes & gizmodo
A team of artificial intelligence researcher from the University of Alberta pitted their Poker playing software program, Polaris, against two human players in a contest, which was billed as the “First Man-Machine Poker Championship” and which offered prize money totaling $50,000. For now man wins, machine has to hack passwords to porn sites in lost side bet to men. Stats for AI Poker Matches Trending: Older & Mild
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